salir con

salir con(
A transitive verb phrase is a phrase that combines a verb with a preposition or other particle and requires a direct object (e.g. Take out the trash.).
transitive verb phrase
1. (to date)
a. to go out with
¿Desde cuánto hace que Fátima sale con Christian?How long has Fatima been going out with Christian?
b. to date
¿Es verdad que Luna está saliendo con Alex?Is it true Luna is dating Alex?
2. (to socialize)
a. to go out with
Salgo mucho con mis compañeros de trabajo.I go out with my colleagues a lot.
3. (to exit with)
a. to come out with
Entré en la tienda con mucho dinero y salí con los bolsillos vacíos.I entered the store with a lot of money and came out with empty pockets.
A word or phrase that is commonly used in conversational speech (e.g., skinny, grandma).
(to express)
a. to tell
Le pregunté por qué no acudió a la cita y me salió con que se había olvidado.I asked her why she didn't come to the meeting, and she told me she'd forgotten.
b. to say
Si Claudio sale con que no puede hacer el trabajo, dile que es una orden.If Claudio says he can't do the job, tell him it's an order.
c. to come out with
Es una mujer imprevisible. No sabes con qué te va a salir cuando empieza a hablar.She's an unpredictable woman. When she starts talking, you don't know what she's going to come out with.
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